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I saw this film at the Seattle International Film Festival this year. It sounds cool when you read about it, but really it isn't.
Although Tilda Swinton's acting in this film is fantastic, the film itself left much to be desired for me. The script was really weak and the whole movie got bogged down in cheesiness. The production value of this picture was pretty impressive, though. All shot on digital video, it was amazingly clear and the computer effects were pretty impressive.
I would say to pass on this one, though.
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